The tech giant has added one more feather to its cap. Microsoft who is ruling the industrial market with its product ‘Windows’ operating system is all set to give competition to rivals. Microsoft has launched its Edge web browser for Android, iOS and mobile operating systems. This browser flaunts features like make smoother transformations between browsing on the personal computer and the mobile phone.
It comes with an amazing feature like resuming the function which is you performing on mobile phones on the computer. It shows the feature ‘continue on PC,’ the browser pings the URL to the PC equivalent so that user can access the same data or site on the computer.
Mobile version of Edge browser allows the users enjoy features like access to users’ favorite eBooks, history, and reading lists. The dark theme feature and roaming passwords feature also new additions.
The tab syncing feature is missing from Microsoft Edge mobile by which users sync tabs or history between mobile and PC browsers but not to worry peeps as the company has planned to roll out the feature in the next app update, which is expected to come by next year.
Apple users can also have hands on this browser as Microsoft Edge is compatible with iPhone but sadly not with iPads. As per the resources, iPad functionality can also come next year so users have to wait for some time.
Microsoft released the preview version of the app last month then the beta testers were required to sign up to gain the quick access to the new app and the official version is available for all the compatible devices.
The mobile version of edge browser for iOS is available in France, U.S., China, and the U.K. Whereas the Android version is available in China, Canada, France, India, U.S., Australia, and U.K. The company is planning to add more languages to app so that it can get released on large-scale market and people can use the app to every extent possible.
Delivering the Edge browser for mobile devices indicates Microsoft’s transformation to a new mobile strategy. Though the company has accepted the defeat of its Windows operating system for phone gracefully and now It is concentrating on helping Windows 10 users get their Apple or Android mobile phones in sync with their PCs. So isn’t it a great move to keep engaging your users when you fail to involve them in your product.